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Many of the city's residents have criticized local pols for their decision to close the public library.
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And the pol most People of the Bern seem to prefer, Nina Turner, is a former state legislator.
The Miami Herald's Alex Daugherty reports that the women of the Fourth Estate beat the pols 2-1 after an unforced error by Ros-Lehtinen, who should now be forced to endure a 48-hour news conference.
Son Caleb recalls Gov. Jerry Brown and other prominent pols crowding into the bungalow to seek the bearded sage’s counsel.
In Georgia, Democrat Ossoff was a 30-year-old former congressional aide going up against a veteran pol in Handel, who was a former secretary of state and former chair of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.
As in politics, where today’s disgraced pol was yesterday’s rising star, fashion makes for strange bedfellows.
A half-hour spent in the infield turned up no sighting of recognizable pols.
Every living Chicago pol would be required to serve as a smiling washroom attendant, with mops.
The first season, still under way, focusses on pols, mobsters, and detectives in Providence, Rhode Island, which makes it of interest to any native New Englander like me—
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